The city of Prague, capital of the Czech Republic and also the capital of Bohemia, is a place of extraordinary beauty. The city has around 1.2 million inhabitants and is situated on the banks of the Vltava River. Central Prague is divided into 4 historic districts: The Lesser Town which is on the western side of the River Vltava; the Old Town which is on the river’s eastern bank and is split into two districts and the New Town which dates back to the 14 th century.
One of the unique features of this extraordinary capital city is the fact that its historic city centre has been included on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. In fact, the city has numerous monuments and buildings of tremendous artistic value which make it the destination of choice for some 6,000,000 visitors every year, many of whom will inevitably make their first stop at the city’s iconic Charles Bridge for a smiling photo. This undisputed symbol of the city is 520 metres long and was commissioned by Charles IV in the 14th century and, until 1741, was the only bridge over the River Vltava.
Amongst the great treats that Prague has to offer her visitors are the National Theatre, a musical shrine that is full of friezes and exquisite decor designed by some of the most famous sculptors of the nineteenth century; the Old Town Square which has been one of the most important places in Prague since medieval times and which is distinguished by the Town Hall’s Astronomical Clock Tower; the Powder Tower (or gate) which is the entry to the Old Town and was thus named as it was used historically as a munitions store. Of course, Prague is much more than just these few places, but it is impossible to list here all the things that should be visited in this splendid capital city.
Prague’s international airport was named after the famous dramatist and Czech politician, Vaclav Havel, in 2012. The airport is situated in Ruzine, a town that is located about 15 kilometres from the city centre. The airport has 3 terminals, the third of which is used exclusively for VIP passengers and budget airlines. Prague’s airport handles passenger traffic in the region of 12.5 million people annually and is connected to the city centre via various different means of public transport albeit there is no direct connection with the capital either by train or by underground because there are no stops for either of these stations at the airport. The city buses leave instead from the exits at Terminals 1 and 2.
Given the inconvenience that may result from being unable to reach the city centre easily via public transport, there is a useful alternative solution which is a private taxi service to and from Prague’s airport. As it is also probable that there may be some difficulties with communicating in the Czech language, a transfer that is both convenient and reliable is undoubtedly the best option for those who wish to experience an unforgettable holiday in the Czech capital.
Making use of this service is very easy: you would just need to complete the booking form with the necessary details of the service required and that’s it!
You will know in advance what the exact cost of the transfer will be and a qualified driver with a special licence will await the passengers at the airport in front of the arrivals hall with a sign bearing the customer’s name, as provided on the booking form, for easy recognition.
One of the main features of our service is that it is not shared with other travellers, just with the passengers whose details have been provided on the reservation form at the time of making the booking.
It is also possible to contact a customer service representative with the option to choose from 3 different languages in order to answer any questions or clarify any queries you may have about the service.